Switch accessible software series with activities designed to help users develop switch skills. Users progress through cause and effect, scanning and timing games. The program keeps statistics about the users performance and the options allow you to make the games more difficult as the user progresses.
Extra product information
The activities have themes designed to provide motivation to students who understand cause-and-effect to develop more disciplined switch use. The activities also encourage speaking and listening and help develop concentration skills. The bright, clear graphics are suitable for those with visual impairment and there is lots of sound and music too.
Mouse/ Trackball/ Joystick
If you wish to use a switch to control this program you will need either a KEYBOARD switch interface (ie. one that makes your switch act like a keyboard key press) or a MOUSE switch interface (ie. one that makes your switch act like a mouse click).
Inclusive Technology, United Kingdom
- Switch Skills 1 Manual - http://www.inclusive.co.uk/technical-support/product-list/switch-skills-1-p2362
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Switch Skills 1: One edition only
Model Switch Skills 2: Features 20 activities to practice cause & effect, swith use and timing skills.
Model Switch Skills 3: Features 16 activites focussing on switch scanning and timing.
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
Set Up or Installation
- multiple user
- single user
Operating system(s) :
Standard Features Included
- auditory prompts
- Reveal time adjustment
- External switch
Level of Customisation:
- limited customisation
Manuals and support material :
- auditory scanning
- automatic scanning
- single switch scanning
- Direct selection
- External switch
- Row column cues
- Row Column Scanning
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